H.D.R. High-Definition Revoicer
The H.D.R. revoices and augments the frequency range of each pickup and allows the player to go from passive to active pickups with the simple push of a button. The H.D.R. provides extra bite, dynamic response and redefines the character of each pickup. It’s like having 2 sets of pickups in 1 guitar for 5 pure passive tones + 5 pure active tones.
Neck: Hard Rock Maple
Fingerboard: Ergocut Rosewood
Body: Canadian Laurentian Basswood
Bridge: Fully Adjustable Brass-Saddle Ashtray
Neck specs: 12” Radius; 25,5” Scale
Pickups: 1 x Seymour Duncan ‘59 Humbucker; 1 x Godin Custom Cajun Single-Coil Pickup
5-Ply Tortoise Shell Pickguard
Godin High-Ratio Machine Heads
Godin High-Definition Revoicer (H.D.R.)
Includes Godin Gig Bag
Godin guitars are assembled in their Richmond, Quebec and Berlin, New Hampshire factories. The necks and bodies are all made in their original location in La Patrie, Quebec.
They are also known for their other brands which include acoustic guitar lines: Seagull, Simon & Patrick, Norman, LaPatrie and Art & Lutherie. They are also the manufacturer of the revolutionary TRIC case provided unparalleled protection for your guitar.
All over the world guitar players are making exciting new music that explores new techniques and defies categorization. All of this new guitar music is complemented by the guitars’ almost limitless capacity for variation in design. Unlike most other instruments, which have followed the same design parameters for decades, the modern guitar continues to evolve. they are constantly reviewing and refining the techniques employed to craft them, the materials used to build them, and the integration of the latest developments in related electronics.
Exploring these possibilities is what Godin is all about.
Their goal with each Godin guitar is to find the perfect balance between the finest traditions of guitar crafting and the new design concepts that they are developing. After 25 years of guitar building they still hand-finish the necks on every Godin guitar. In fact, from fretting to sanding, there is more handwork in their guitars than you would find in most custom shops. From the selection of the wood to the final adjustments on the finished instrument, each Godin guitar is designed and built by people who love guitars.